Did Jesus really Resurrect, or is the Resurrection a myth?

List of "gods" who were born of a Virgin on December 25th, Killed and Resurrected after Three days.

Dionysus

Persephone

Osiris

Odin

Ganesha

Lemminkainen

Tammuz

Krishna

Quetzalcoatl

Attis

Jesus 

1 Corinthians 15:14

And if Christ has not been raised, our preaching is useless and so is your faith.

How do you feel?

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Update:

@Tim, explain this,

When the Romans adopted the Christian religion, the Roman Pagans blended their winter solstice "Sun god" tradition with Christianity, and flipped the entire winter soltice "Sun god" celebration to the false birthdate for Jesus. The Roman Paganistic "Rise of the Sun god" celebration also turned into the Christians "Resurrection" when the Romans adopted Christianity. This means that Jesus never Resurrected!

Update 2:

@Tim, 

When the Romans adopted the Christian religion, the Roman Pagans blended their winter solstice "Sun god" tradition with Christianity, and flipped the entire winter soltice "Sun god" celebration to the false birthdate for Jesus. The Roman Paganistic "Rise of the Sun god" celebration also turned into the Christians "Resurrection" when the Romans adopted Christianity.That's proof that a son/ sun "god" tradition existed before Christianity. This means that Jesus never Resurrected!

Update 3:

@Tim, I hate to discredit your YouTube, but

Dionysus

Persephone

Osiris

Odin

Ganesha

Lemminkainen

Tammuz

Krishna

Quetzalcoatl

Attis

all had a Virgin births, was Killed and Resurrected after Three days. The person in the video tried to discredit those facts, but came up short. 

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  • 2 months ago
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    Just one of the many son/sun myths.

  • John
    Lv 6
    2 months ago

    Yes Jesus did rise from the dead. This has been debated endlessly over the millenniums and the only logical conclusion is He did rise from the dead. The only people who could have possibly hoaxed the resurrection were the Roman's. But at the time Pilate and the Roman Officials were still expecting a major riot. Sneaking around making fun of Jewish religious leaders was the last thing on the mind's of Roman Officials. 

  • Anonymous
    2 months ago

    Jesus resurrected.  You either believe it or you don't.

    Daylily -- Jesus was NOT buried.  The women came to anoint the body for burial and found him gone.

  • 2 months ago

    @Paul, please do not give me any contradictory bible verses. The bible is littered with contradictions! And Paul, Matthew, John, Luke etc. are alias for the unknown authors who wrote the bible. The unknown authors used aliases like Paul, Matthew, John, Luke etc. to have their poetry posted in the bible. Shakespeare was also one of the authors who wrote the bible. And, the bible would not contradict itself if it was the word of God.

    Just a few Contradictions about the "Resurrection" from the Bible.

    1. Matthew 28:1 states two women (Mary Magdalene, and the other Mary) came to the tomb; Mark 16:1 states it was three women (Mary Magdalene, and Mary the mother of James, and Salome); Luke 24:10 agrees it was three women but gives a different list of three than Mark (Mary Magdalene and Joanna and Mary the mother of James); John 20:1 states it was only Mary Magdalene.

    2. Mark 16:2 states "the sun had risen" at the time of this visit, while John 20:1 states "it was still dark."

    3. Matthew 28:2 says "an angel" "came and rolled away the stone and sat upon it"; Mark 16:5 says the women encountered "a young man sitting at the right" of the tomb (rather than upon the stone); Luke 24:4 says they saw "two men" who "suddenly stood near them in dazzling clothing"; in John 20:1, Mary Magdalene saw nothing other than a moved stone.

    4. There is also a discrepancy as to whatever dialogue occurred between this angel(s) or man (men) and the women: Matthew 28:5-7 and Mark 16:6-7 generally agree the women were told that Jesus had risen, and instructed to advise the disciples that "He has risen from the dead; and behold, He is going ahead of you into Galilee, there you will see Him" (Matthew 28:7), and ; Luke 24:6-7 contains no instruction to advise the disciples about an appearance by Jesus in Galilee.

    5. To whom did Jesus appear first: Mary Magdalene and the other Mary as Matthew 28:9 claims? Mary Magdalene only as Mark 16:9 claims? Cephas (Peter) and then the other disciples, as 1 Corinthians 15:5 claims? Matthew 28:9 claims that Jesus appeared before the women even had reported to the disciples what the found (or didnt) at the tomb. Also in Mark 16:9 the appearance to Mary Magdalene was before Mary made any report to the disciples. However, John and Luke report no appearance before the women  reported an empty tomb to the disciples.

    6. Which disciples went to the tomb: Peter alone (Luke 24:12)? Peter and John (John 20:2-8)? Did the disciples believe the reports of the women (or woman) and proceed to Galilee, as Matthew 28:16 claims? Or did they disbelieve these reports as Mark 16:11 and Luke 24:11 claim?

    7. In appearing to the disciples, to whom did Jesus first appear: All eleven together (Matthew 28:17-18)? Two of them on the road, then to all eleven together (Mark 16:12-14 and Luke 24:13-31)? To ten of the eleven (minus Thomas) together (John 20:19-24)? To Peter, then the others (1 Corinthians 15:5)? The story recounted in John 20:25-29 is all premised on an appearance of Jesus before the disciples at which Thomas was not present! Matthew 28:17-18, Mark 16:12-14 and Luke 24:13-31 all disagree with John about any such meeting taking place in the absence of Thomas!

    8. In Acts and the Gospel of Luke, the disciples were commanded to stay in Jerusalem and, in fact, met Jesus there (see Acts 1:4 and Luke 24:33, 47, 49). In Matthew 28:10 and Mark 16:6-7, the disciples are commanded to go to Galilee, and in Matthew 28:16-18, we are told they see Jesus there, not in or near Jerusalem! 

    9. Mark says that after appearing before the eleven disciples together in Gallilee, Jesus ascended to Heaven (Mark 16: 14, 19). Luke says Jesus ascended to Heaven at Bethany after walking with the disciples some time (Luke 24:50-51). John says Jesus appeared to the disciples at three times and that some of these appearances were near the Sea of Gallilee (Lake Tiberias) (John 21:1, 14). According to Acts the disciples were at Mt. Olivet, a days journey from Jerusalem, when the ascension occurred (Acts 1:9-12).

    10. In 1 Corinthians 15:5-8, it is claimed that Jesus appeared to more than five hundred witnesses before his ascent to heaven - a claim directly contradicted at least by Mark, who says the ascension occurred immediately after an appearance before the eleven disciples (Mark 16: 14, 19).

    Source(s): The Bible
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  • Paul
    Lv 7
    2 months ago

    Our knowledge of historical facts depends heavily on written eye witness testimonies. There is far more eye witness written evidence for the Resurrection of Jesus than for most other events of 2,000 years ago.

  • 2 months ago

    OF COURSE NOT.he rose up!!..JESUS IS THE TRIUNE GOD!! IT does not matter what pagans said or did...STICK WITH THE TRUE HOLY BIBLE AND PRAY TO JESUS for direction and repent of sins. Remember fake gods are worthless..YAHWEH IS THE REAL GOD OF THIS UNIVERSE!!

  • Anonymous
    2 months ago

    Of course it's a myth - jesus is a myth. he is a fictional character in an ancient cult book that has never been proven or substantiated.  Publius and yesmar are liars who NEVER evidence anything they claim. (At least they're consistent!) Zombies have NEVER been real.

  • yesmar
    Lv 7
    2 months ago

    Yes, he really raised himself back to life.  Think about it.

    Source(s): Jesus follower
  • Anonymous
    2 months ago

    Total myth. As you point out the sacrificed and reborn god is a common theme in many mythologies. 

  • 2 months ago

    If the Resurrection did not happen, Christianity is pointless.

    ‚Äú...and if Christ has not been raised, your faith is worthless; you are still in your sins.‚ÄĚ

    Source(s): 1Cor 15:17
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